• No results found

24th Annual Ethics CLE

N/A
N/A
Protected

Academic year: 2022

Share "24th Annual Ethics CLE"

Copied!
5
0
0

Loading.... (view fulltext now)

Full text

(1)

F riday , N ovember 4 , 2011

Oregon Convention Center 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Portland, Oregon

24 th Annual Ethics CLE

Communicating Across Cultures and Genders

presented by Nina Meierding

8:45 – 12:00

3.25 Access to Justice Credits

Online Ethics:

Wiring Your Practice Without Getting Shocked

1:00 – 4:00 3 Ethics Credits

Drug Abuse Trends and Policies: Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting

4:05 – 5:05

1 Child Abuse Reporting Credit Oregon Law Institute

of Lewis & Clark Law School

OLI

We raise the Bar

(2)

SChEduLE

Communicating Across Cultures and Genders

presented by Nina Meierding

3.25 Access to Justice Credits

8:15 LATE REGISTRATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF MATERIALS 8:45–10:15

Communicating Across Cultures

A discussion of direct and indirect communication (high and low context), cross talking and overlapping speech, ritual opposition, and how people process information and view time (monochronic and polychronic).

10:15–10:30 BREAk

10:30–12:00

I Can’t Believe You Said That!—

Gender differences in Communication

This session explores the difference between rapport and report talk and how it impacts the goal of the conversation, how humor does not always “translate”

across genders (or cultures), and how genders may validate differently. We will also examine how power is viewed and used.

12:00 ADjOURN

N

iNa

M

eierdiNg

,

M

.

s

.,

j

.

d

. , is an expert in negotiation and has taught thousands of lawyers worldwide how to be better negotiators. She was the Director and Senior Mediator at the Mediation Center in Ventura, California from 1985–2007 where she mediated over 4,000 disputes. She is an adjunct professor at Pepperdine University School of Law and Southern Methodist University, and has taught communication, mediation, and culture seminars in England,

Ireland, Sweden, Scotland, India, the Netherlands, and throughout

the U.S. Nina has served as the President of the Academy of Family

Mediators (AFM) and on the board of directors of the Association

for Conflict Resolution (ACR). Nina is the recipient of ACR’s 2005

john Haynes Award for distinguished service to the field of dispute

resolution.

(3)

Online Ethics: Wiring Your Practice Without Getting Shocked

3 Ethics Credits

4:05–5:05

drug Abuse Trends and Policies

This presentation will cover the basics of the Oregon child abuse and neglect reporting law for mandatory reporters, which includes all lawyers. It will also focus on an area of child abuse and neglect that drives most child dependency cases, namely parental substance abuse. Drug abuse trends, both Oregon and nationally, will be explored, as well as a very brief overview of substance abuse brain science and effective modes of treatment.

– Rob Bovett, District Attorney for Lincoln County

5:05 ADjOURN

1:00–2:00

Recent developments Regarding Oregon’s Rules of Professional Conduct

n

Recent case law

n

Recent ethics opinions

n

Emerging issues

– Christopher R. Hardman, Law Office of C.R. Hardman – Jeffrey D. Sapiro, Disciplinary Counsel, Oregon State Bar

Drug Abuse Trends and Policies:

Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting

1 Child Abuse Reporting Credit

2:00–2:15 BREAk

2:15–4:00

Online Ethics: Wiring Your Practice Without Getting Shocked

n

Ethical limits on the use of social networking and the Web as marketing tools

n

Ethical limits on the use of social networking and the Web as tools of discovery

n

Virtual/on-line lawyering: competent representation, privilege, and unbundling

n

Identifying and producing, preserving or destroying the “client file” in an electronic world

n

Ethical options upon receipt of arguably purloined emails or other documents

n

Cloud computing and outsourcing questions

Moderator: Peter R. Jarvis, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

– David J. Elkanich, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

– Katherine Heekin, The Heekin Law Firm

(4)

MCLE C

rEdit

Communicating Across Cultures and Genders will receive 3.25 Access to Justice credits.

Online Ethics will receive 3 Ethics credits.

Drug Abuse Trends and Policies will receive 1 Child Abuse Reporting credit.

P

rograM

P

roduCts

Even if you cannot attend, you can still get the program on CDs or DVDs. Use the order form in this brochure to order your set today! OLI Annual Passholders may purchase OLI program products at 50% off the full retail price.

C

onfirMation

Confirmation will be sent via e-mail.

C

anCELLationPoLiCy

Tuition minus a $20 handling charge will be refunded if the cancellation request is written and received by Monday, October 31, 2011.

nEEdassistanCE

?

If you are a person with a disability, please let OLI know in time to make any necessary accommodations for you.

t

uitionassistanCE

A limited number of scholarships are available based on financial need. Contact OLI.

Q

uEstions

?

Please call OLI at (503) 768-6580 in Portland or toll-free in Oregon at (800) 222-8213, e-mail us at oli@lclark.edu, or visit our website at http://go.lclark.edu/oli

V

idEo

r

EPLays

Please register at least one week prior to the replay date.

Bend – 11/18/11

Communicating Across Cultures and Genders – 8:30 a.m.

Online Ethics – 12:30 p.m.

Drug Abuse Trends and Policies – 3:30 p.m.

Bryant Lovlien & Jarvis 591 Mill View Way Eugene – 11/11/11

Communicating Across Cultures and Genders – 8:30 a.m.

Online Ethics – 12:30 p.m.

Drug Abuse Trends and Policies – 3:30 p.m.

Harrang Long Gary & Rudnick PC 360 East 10th Avenue, Ste. 300 Medford – 11/11/11

Communicating Across Cultures and Genders – 8:30 a.m.

Online Ethics – 12:30 p.m.

Drug Abuse Trends and Policies – 3:30 p.m.

Kellington Krack Richmond Blackhurst &

Glatte LLP 23 Newtown Street Portland – 11/30/11

Communicating Across Cultures and Genders – 8:30 a.m.

Online Ethics – 12:30 p.m.

Drug Abuse Trends and Policies – 3:30 p.m.

Oregon Law Institute Gus J. Solomon Courthouse 620 SW Main Street, Ste. 706

Friday, November 4, 2011

Oregon Convention Center 777 NE MLK Jr. Blvd.

24 th

Annual Ethics CLE

have you purchased your 2011–2012 OLI Annual Pass?

Start the first of any month, from September 1, 2011 through January 1, 2012, and your OLI Pass

is good for the next 365 days. For information about the OLI Annual Pass, visit our website at

http://go.lclark.edu/oli.

(5)

Return this form with payment to:

OLI Registrar

620 SW Main Street, Ste. 706 Portland, OR 97205-3037

…or fax (503-768-6585) or e-mail (oli@lclark.edu) this registration form to OLI, including credit card information.

q Check payable to Oregon Law Institute (OLI)

q Credit Card: Acct. # _________________________________________________

q VISA q MasterCard q Discover q AmEx

Exp. Date: __________ Signature: ______________________________________

EnClOsED Is $________________ BY:

________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________

Name OSB No. or Profession

Firm/Organization

Street Address City/State/Zip

Phone E-Mail

Please “3” appropriate box below:

q Live presentation

q Video replay. Location: ______________________________________ Date:_________________________

Please register at least one week prior to the replay date.

t

uition

Prices apply to live and video replays and include course materials.

aLL thrEE sEssions:

q $189 Early registration (received by October 31, 2011) q $95 Legal aid attorneys (received by October 31, 2011)

q $25 OLI Annual Passholder (OLI Pass No. ______________) and Oregon judges and their lawyer staff (received by October 31, 2011)

q $20 Add to above tuition if registration received after October 31, 2011 indiViduaL sEssions:

q Communicating Across Cultures and Genders

q $139 Early registration (received by October 31, 2011)

q $15 OLI Annual Passholder (OLI Pass No. ______________) and Oregon judges and their lawyer staff (received by October 31, 2011)

q Online Ethics

q $139 Early registration (received by October 31, 2011)

q $15 OLI Annual Passholder (OLI Pass No. ______________) and Oregon judges and their lawyer staff (received by October 31, 2011)

q Drug Abuse Trends and Policies

q $35 Early registration (received by October 31, 2011)

q $15 OLI Annual Passholder (OLI Pass No. ______________) and Oregon judges and their lawyer staff (received by October 31, 2011)

q $20 Add to above tuition if registration received after October 31, 2011

R E G I S T R AT I O N / O R D E R F O R M

Friday, November 4, 2011

24 th Annual Ethics CLE

P

roduCt

o

rdEr I am unable to attend. Please send me:

All Three Sessions:

q $219 Audio CDs and materials q $319 DVDs and materials

Communicating Across Cultures and Genders q $149 Audio CDs and materials q $189 DVDs and materials

Online Ethics

q $149 Audio CDs and materials q $189 DVDs and materials Drug Abuse Trends and Policies q $35 Audio CDs and materials

q Deduct 50% from product order if you are an OLI Passholder (OLI Pass No. ____________) q $7.00 Note: Add $7.00 shipping & handling fee to above product orders.

- - -

References

Related documents